Named for its shape, not its flavor, the Pineapple tomato is a huge, bi-color beefsteak tomato. Its outer ribbing is reminiscent of a pineapple’s ribbed exterior. Pineapple is mildly sweet with low acidity, somewhat fruity, and includes a hint of citrus. Its flavor improves towards end of season. A late-season tomato, late to set fruit.
Indeterminate plants need to be staked and reach a height of five to seven feet at maturity. Seedlings are 3 1/2″ to 6″ tall.